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A boy gets to be a man when a man is needed.
-- John Steinbeck
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A Chicago salesman was about to check into a St. Louis hotel when he noticed
a very charming woman staring admiringly at him. He walked over and spoke
with her for a few minutes, then returned to the front desk, where they checked
in as Mr. and Mrs.
After a very pleasurable three-day stay, the man approached the front
desk and told the clerk he was checking out. In a few minutes, he was handed
a bill for $2500.
"There must be some mistake," the salesman said. "I've been here for
only three days."
"Yes, sir," the clerk replied. "But your wife has been here a month
and a half."
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A Code of Honour: never approach a friend's girlfriend or wife with mischief
as your goal. There are too many women in the world to justify that sort of
dishonourable behaviour. Unless she's really attractive.
-- Bruce J. Friedman, "Sex and the Lonely Guy"
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A diplomat is man who always remembers a woman's birthday but never her age.
-- Robert Frost
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A diplomatic husband said to his wife, "How do you expect me to remember
your birthday when you never look any older?"
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A domineering man married a mere wisp of a girl. He came back from
his honeymoon a chastened man. He'd become aware of the will of the wisp.
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A figure with curves always offers a lot of interesting angles.
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A flashy Mercedes-Benz roared up to the curb where a cute young miss stood
waiting for a taxi.
"Hi," said the gentleman at the wheel. "I'm going west."
"How wonderful," came the cool reply. "Bring me back an orange."
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A fool and his honey are soon parted.
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A fox is a wolf who sends flowers.
-- Ruth Weston